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al qaeda leaders is lawful under certain circumstances. let me start with u.s. law. the president's legal authority derives from the authorization to use military force after september 18, 2001. congress should update this 12 year-old law. military and intelligence personnel defending against the terrorist threats to reface one decade after 9/11. including u.s. citizens. of course in addition to the statutory authority granted by congress, the president has broader authority to take necessary actions to defend the united states against terrorist threats. the targeted killing of american citizens, certain constitutional rights under the fourth and fifth amendments, even when they are up said the united states. the extent of those rights is not clear. what amount of process is due to an american outside the united states before being targeted by his government? i agree with the principal conclusions of the white paper that reportedly summarize the law as applicable to killing an american citizen who is a senior operation al qaeda leader. i agree that a senior al qaeda leader outside
that through. the president a year ago lined up -- signed a law that says that you can be detained indefinitely, that you can be sent from america to guantanamo bay without a trial, and he wants us to be comforted, he wants us to remember and think good of him because he says i don't intend to do so. it's not enough. i mean, would you tolerate a republican who stood up and said well, i like the first amendment, i'm quite fond of the first amendment, and i don't intend to break the first amendment but i might. would conservatives tolerate someone who said i like the second amendment? i think it's important and i am for gun ownership and i don't intend to violate the second amendment, but i might. would we tolerate that he doesn't intend to do so as a standard? we have to think about the standards being used overseas. the president finally admitted they interviewed him at google not too long ago, they interviewed him and asked him can you kill americans at home and he was evasive and he said but if there are rules, he said the rules would be different outside than inside. well, i certainly hope s
violence. it already says in federal law if you have a domestic violence conviction if you have a domestic violence protection order against you, under federal law you are not supposed to be able to have a gun. colorado did not have in place a mechanism at the state level to enforce that. so what passed this morning, the first bill that advanced this morning in colorado would create that mechanism at the state level to keep people who have been convicted of domestic violence related offenses or have domestic violence protection orders against them. there was a loophole that said you have to apply and get a license and get checked out to give you a concealed carry permit. but none of that had to happen in person. you could do the whole thing online. from your padded cell or wherever. nobody ever had to look at you face to face. under the second bill that moved today, now that loophole will be closed in colorado. you cannot do it just online. another bill that passed today would close the loophole that says not everybody has to have a background check before they buy a gun. buying a gun at a
of the children and education. we've made sure that our law enforcement is taken care of, but we've also made those difficult choices early on that washington could really learn from in budgeting. i congratulate congressman messer for bringing this particular bill. it's a good government bill. i know the other side of the aisle is talking about the sequester, and i find it ironic that "the washington times" today has a headline that says, 400 more jobs were created in spite of the sequester. so i don't believe that the sky is falling here. this legislation requires the president to do some simple math and include with his budget, should he choose to submit one, an estimate of the cost of the deficit per taxpayer. taxpayers just simply deserve to know how much they owe for washington's out-of-control spending. after all, every dime that the federal government borrows is saddled on this generation and the next generation and generations to follow. right now the cost of washington's $16 trillion of national debt totals more than $147,000 per taxpayer. in fact, approximately every minute, mr. spe
. but are there dark clouds on the horizon? >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law finally faces a judge in new york. and there's some lawmakers that are very unhappy about that, i.e., new york versus guantanamo? >>> later in the show, dr. andrew weil is our guest, he has a stunning critique of health care in america tonight. let's go "outfront." good friday evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, rays of economic sunshine. history on wall street with the dow soaring more than 2% this week to a record high. and news that the unemployment rate in america fell from 7.9% to 7.7%. that's actually the lowest level we've seen in four years. rosier than even the rosiest of forecasts. so we're on the up and up, right? all this stuff about forced spending cuts was just a bunch of b.s.? well, remember when president obama issued this warning a few weeks ago? >> people will lose their jobs. the unemployment rate might tick up again. >> all right, today's report, and this is important, is based on data from last month, before the cuts went into effect. so the president could still be right. and
for "early start." >> "starting point" starts now. >>> welcome, everybody. today, osama bin laden's son-in-law caught and brought to new york under a shroud of secrecy. what happens next? >>> and details on how a lion killed a young woman. that wild animal wasn't where it belonged. former president clinton urging the supreme court to overturn a law he signed when he was in the white house. >> holy dow! we are counting down to a key report about jobs now less than two hours away. >> forget the right to bear arms. one small american town is about to make it mandatory. a gun for every house and every family. >>> plus, a first look at hollywood's risky bet on a brand new "wizard of oz." is the yellow brick road paved with box office gold? >> and talk about this morning the mom who found her 7-year-old daughter's diet list. we'll chat with dara-lynn weiss. we had a her here talking about her daughter's struggle with obesity. tommy davidson, actor and comedian, joins us. and abbie cornish joins us later. it's friday, march 8. "starting point" begins now. >>> welcome, everybody. our "starting point"
that the universe was a mass produced toy tossed by a goddess they no longer wondered by laws was sure in the clockwork in a wind up bird were shot with uncertainties. optimists contributed the reason to the fact that the toy was broken. pessimists acknowledged this. but insistd that in it's broken state could the cosmos belong to those who lives within. the goddess grown found the universe under board games in a closet. she did not give it to her children. she did not have it fixed by her husband instead slipping away now and then from her family she delighted in the haphazard way it ran. the release in her life. >> the next one is entitled. explanation. twisted tree branches explain exactly themselves. the next is called, a simple story. his love was too simple. if he met a woman who imagined what it would it be like to be her husband. he learned she was already attached. if she did interest in him he would bring her fresh oranges. she'd leave him certain that no man could love truly to such scant evidence. his evidence was not meager he was not trying to judge her. his love was too
the supreme court. that's right. the law that banned the silencing of african americans is finally coming before our nation's foremost silent african-american. [laughter] of course, before the voting rights act black people were regularly kept from voting with roadblocks like literacy tests, poll taxes, and "you must be this white to vote" signs. [laughter] now that law is being challenged in the supreme court by shelby county, alabama. they argue that the law is unfair, because it applies only to states with histories of racial discrimination: alabama, arizona, georgia, louisiana, mississippi, south carolina, texas, parts of carolina, texas, virginia, and alaska, which has a sad history of discriminating against its african american population brian. [laughter] good guy. [ laughter ] he's a good guy. [laughter] but there's one key reason to strike this act down, as shelby -- there's one reason to get rid of this law as shelby county lawyer bert rein explained to the court. >> the problem to which the voting rights act was addressed is solved. >> stephen: you heard it, folks: racism is so
president wants to overturn the law that defines marriage between a man and a woman. >>> then while parts of the country are trying to limit access to guns, one town in georgia is trying to require, make it mandatory that citizens own them. >>> and the battle over sugary drinks in new york is now affecting coffee drinks. why a large coffee with sugar may be rather thard to find. this is the cnn "newsroom." it's all happening now. to pick up some accessories.ud a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit to apply. to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if this happened here? what if our girls were home? and since we can't monitor everything 24/7,
court before they make changes to their election law, such federal enforcement was responsible for sweeping away poll taxes and other obstacle to voting in the past. critics say it's no longer necessary. are they right? we're back with dan henninger and jason riley and wall street journal senior writer, colin levy joins the panel. colin, what is the core issue in this case? >> the core issue is that section 5 as you mentioned has historically had a successful way of equalizing, you know, basically black and white turnout. >> paul: right. >> and vote, and addressing that in the south. basically, just -- there isn't a need for it anymore. what happened 1965 voting rights act said that a number of southern states, nine southern states and parts of seven others needed to basically get pre clearance for any changes. >> paul: right. >> and those changes, if they happen, you know, the problems in those southern states just aren't existing. >> paul: section five applies only to some states, not others. and the question is, is it right under the constitution to still apply that kind of
's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> caught. osama bin laden's son-in-law, an al qaeda mouthpiece, now in u.s. custody. you will not believe where he was hiding. >> the dow's history-making winning streak continues as the focus flips to jobs now in the key report. is your situation getting any better. >>> sloshing your way to work. a windy, snowy, disgusting mess hanging over the northeast right now. this is the winter storm that will not go away. >> sell it, berman. >>> it's not a right to bear arms. it is a requirement. the town that wants everyone to own a gun. good morning. welcome to "early start." thanks for being with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it is friday, march 8th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we'll start with a major very many in had the war on terror. sending shockwaves from manhattan to capitol hill to the middle east. osama bin laden's son-in-law captured and in u.s. custody and in just hours, abu ghaith will be in new york. more on how we caught him and the controversy surrounding this court appearance. susan candiotti is here. >>
. it will not be happening for at least 30 days because that is a period of time by law that federal employees need to be notified that their subject to furlough. that is casting little bit of a different feel about this. host: here is the baltimore sun -- the social security administration said it might shoulder across-the-board spending cuts without spending habits -- sending any of its full-time employees home. guest: that is a good example of how agencies will determine on a one by one basis of how they will deal with this. you heard the defense department saying that it was a lot that as soon as it was possible, they were going to furlough employes one day each week. that is a 20% pay cut for civilian employees at the defense department. each agency will have autonomy in how they implement these cuts. each agency is going to release their plan on an individual basis. host: what about benefits? guest: this will affect -- will not impact retirement plans or insurance. for employers -- employees that received a match, if you're not putting as much pate, you'll not be contributing as much to your
them under the law of war, we're going to exploit intelligence but we're going to do it within the laws that we've signed up to like the geneva convention, the convention against torture. so to my friends on this side of the aisle -- mr. durbin: would the senator yield for a question? mr. graham: absolutely. mr. durbin: to my colleagues on the other side of the aisle it was 12 hours ago i was standing here, a lonely voice among others who were discussing this issue bringing up the points that you raise. the first is the drone is a weapon. there are many weapons that can deliver lethal force. we should view this as an issue of lethal force, not an issue of drones per se, although it may raise some particular questions and application. it is largely a question of lethal force. the second question has been raised by the senator from -- both senators. what if the fourth airplane had not been brought down by the passengers? what if that plane were headed for this capitol building and all other planes had been landed across america under orders of our government and we knew this plane was the
they would know that -- >> pretty sure isn't good enough a court of law. >> caller: well, i'm pretty sure they wouldn't do this without knowing the full consequences -- >> stephanie: well, we were talking about [ inaudible ]. you are right, it's a tough, but this guy -- >> caller: but he defected. he renounced his citizenship. these are not rights that are guarantees to you, regardless no matter what. eventually you come to a point where you give up these rights. >> but sometimes you get the wrong guy, and do we want to live in a country like that? >> caller: it could happen, but i'm just saying you know, i just believe in the greater -- you know, in the end -- i -- i just don't think that this hypothetical situation would really come true first of all, and i think people are just really overreacting. >> stephanie: i'm with you on that. jim you were even saying maybe we should have brought osama bin laden to trial -- you know what i'm fine. >> caller: even the guy that we executed and accidentally killed his 16-year-old son, it was like this guy renounced his citizensh
martin came to the 77-acre compound in 1985. her husband, wayne, was a harvard law graduate. they brought their six children. >> i thought at first it was going to be a sunny day. just walk into the kingdom one day, bring my family, and we'll live forever through eternity, believing in the scriptures and doing the things god wanted. >> when it comes to religious matters, you're always learning. >> reporter: clive doyle came to waco on his way from australia to israel. he ultimately stayed to study scripture with david koresh. >> as his message developed, we came to see him as more than just a prophet. >> reporter: a messiah. >> right. manifestation of god in the flesh. >> reporter: koresh added a twist to his message in 1989, declaring only he could have sex. all the other branch davidian men would be celibate, even married men. koresh, however, could have multiple wives. in this home video that he would later send to federal agents during the siege -- >> i'm not a mean person. >> no, no. >> reporter: -- koresh linked his blend of spirituality and sex with the purity of the garden of eden
, even though federal law still says it's illegal. the search for a pot czar, though, continues and there we go again, high interest in the position. >> dude! i love washington. >> reporter: where's my czar? as in marijuana consultant. in washington state after seminars and a lengthy search, they still haven't hired a marijuana advisor because they have been swamped with qualified applicants. the state liquor control board says it received 98 bids to become the consultant on implementing washington's landmark legalization of pot initiative 502. entrepreneurs are waiting for guidance. donte jones wants his business, green ambrosia, to become a 5200 square foot marijuana superstore. for now, jones sells only to customers with medical prescriptions. deadhead og, critical cush and amnesia haze. sales for recreational use become legal at the end of this year as a result of the ballot proposal's passage. >> the change in public perception since that november vote has been just dramatic. >> reporter: the marijuana consultant, law degree preferred, will advise on growing, transporting a
anthony ash's law offense. >> we do criminal defense work. if we didn't believe in giving people second chances it would be difficult to do that type of work. >> ash says with verse now back in society and gainfully employed he has done his research on christman and feels he is not a threat. >> he is physically infirm. he has not offended since 1989, 25 years a quarter of a century ago and he did go through all of the training. >> reporter: christman has about 16-pages of conditions he has to adhere to to keep residence. gps monitoring random searches and frequent checkins with the sheriff's offense. still the district attorney filed the appeal that he hopes will cause the court to rethink the decision. he said that he wants the court to stay their decision to let him move in until the appeal has a chance to be heard. in bay point o, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >>> red light traffic cameras are on their way out in the city of hayward. the city council voted to remove the cameras at 8 intersections citing a lack of evidence that they reduce broad side accidents and police report an incre
, then more money and investment will not produce better results. we have to fix the laws and policies that govern how schools are run and whether or not we're putting kids interests before adults' interest, and only after we fix those laws and policies will then an additional investment result in better outcomes for kids. john: fixes it means competition. your group got laws passed in that direction lifting the charter cap in mieshz. bliewk to you. thank you, michelle rhee. >> thank you. john: one who says she has evil is joe del grosso. at the top of the show, he was in a meeting attacking charter schools and also doesn't like for-profit competition. >> market driven education belongs on wall street, not broad street. john: you got a lot of applause for that, joe, thank you for joining us. >> yes. john: bob bowdon, made a movie calmed "the cartel," saying you're a cartel like a conspiracy of people trying to keep prices up, competition out. >> no. you're wrong about that. why keep competition away? >> you said it on the clip saying if it's market driven, it's bad. >> no, i said that
people get an education that protect our communities, our law enforcement officials, environmental protection, we're cutting all those things mindlessly in order to protect these corporate tax loopholes. this is crazy. i really believe that outside of this little bubble here in washington there is a bipartisan consensus that what we're doing here is crazy. this doesn't make any sense. this does not make any sense. mindless, senseless, across-the-board cuts. no urgency. we are going to go home today. there's a little snow on the ground. we can't really go anywhere until it reopens. we ought to stay here and find out an alternative sequestration. mr. speaker, at this time i yield two minutes to the gentleman from vermont, mr. welch. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from vermont is recognized for two minutes. mr. welch: i thank the speaker. mr. speaker, this is not a perfect bill. this is a disgraceful bill. and this process is not on the level. . yesterday wall street celebrated its highest close in history. today it's going higher. and you know what a few years ago they came h
the health care law, obamacare. he got his stimulus. and he was just on a roll. and then the house republicans were elected and brought some balance to government, and he has really been frustrated with that. >>steve: sure. you know what his recipe to success is going to be? he's going to do his best to make you guys in the republican party on capitol hill look like nitwits, incompetents and bad guys. he's trying to right now with the sequester. >> he wants to play the role of santa claus where he promises everything to everyone despite the fact that we don't have any money to do that. and we are trying to be responsible. you're right; with the sequester, look, any time you reduce spending, you're going to have an impact. it's going to be an impact in my district. but he has tried to oversell this. and i believe he has purposefully making it as painful as possible instead of cutting waste. he's putting -- he's protecting waste so he can have the pain for workers in programs to make his political point. why doesn't he cut some waste? are we that efficient where there's no waste in t
a big lobby now and are selling them to other countries. selling them to law enforcement agencies within the united states. so it is all about money, really. i think it was a wise political move by senator paul. that's because he will force other republicans who don't necessarily agree with him to take the floor with him. it ended up being a political win. host: in the new york times this morning is this picture of the chairman of the judiciary committee, patrick leahy, with the attorney general william holder -- excuse me, eric holder. the article and attached to the picture says the senators are present eric holder on the use of military force. here's a little of what is he had to say. this was wednesday. [video clip] >> i think what you'll hear from the president in the short amount of time is -- we talked about the need for greater transparency in what we share, about. i'm really confident that if the american people had access to choices and some of this stuff can not be shared, but at least the representatives of the american people, if members of the intelligence committee would h
to washington, d.c. where severe spending cuts are officially the law of the land. new word this morning from president obama. he's putting the blame squarely on congressional republicans for not stopping the sequester from taking effect. >> here's the thing. none of this is necessary. it's happening because republicans in congress chose this outcome over closing a single wasteful tax loophole that helps reduce the deficit. just this week they decided that protecting special interest tax breaks for the well off and well connected is more important than protecting our military and middle class families from these cuts. >> but republicans aren't having any of it in their weekly address today throwing the blame right back at president and democrats. >> these devastating, across the board cuts, first proposed by the president, will affect the lives of so many hard-working americans. the president failed to act, and his senate never passed a bill to replace the sequester. >> well, here's where we stand. $85 billion in federal spending must be cut between now and october 1st. that includes a 9% hit
and appropriate under the constitution and the applicable laws of the united states for the presidents of the rise the military to use lethal force within the territory of the united states. his filibuster is, as i said, still going. now into its eighth hour. while saying repeatedly that he is only looking for the attorney-general of the president himself to clarify whether not american citizens who have not been classified as in the combatants could legally and constitutionally be targeted in the view of the administration. fellow republican senator among others along with democrat ron wyden all have participated in the filibuster to this point. here is senator mike lee of utah questioning the attorney general's response to senator paul's questions. >> no one can reasonably look into this and decide who the government may kill with a draw renter the government may not care what the drone. lou: senator ted crews the tax is accusing the white house of threatening an outright power grab. >> and i would suggest that any time power is irrigated in one place in the executive that liberty is threatened.
and crime outweighs this concern, and that laws have determined these records must be disclosed to the public, and he told us when the person is exonerated or found not guilty, the record is removed at no charge. sofia says that was not her experience dealing with other companies. she says she explained over and over again how she was the victim and how the photos were preventing her from obtaining employment and she provided these court documents showing that prosecutors cleared her case. >> this was a wrongful arrest and the case was dismissed by the state attorney's office. >> reporter: but her picture remains published to this day. our inside expert says the real problem is the law, saying the industry would go away if authorities stopped treating booking photos like trophies. >> the police can stop this overnight. and this is the part that no one is talking about. why are we posting the mugshot of someone who simply missed traffic court? why is there a need, mr. sheriff, to post their photos? >> reporter: georgia lawmaker roger bruce is one man trying to shut down the mugsh
, on your radio, and on current tv this is the "bill press show." >> bill: osama bin laden's son-in-law comes to new york city in chains and he appears in court today. what do you say? good morning, everybody. another good victory, lots of good work there by the cia rounding him up another top al-qaeda leader. good to see you today on this friday march 8th. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: friday friday, friday our favorite day. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: they are getting some things done finally in the united states congress. it's good to see you. we'll tell you what is happening here in our national capitol. you'll find us just down the street from our united states capitol building. thanks for joining us this morning. we'll tell you what is going on and give you a chance to sound off about it. that's what is fun about the program, we love hearing from you. give us a call at 866-55-press. that's the toll free number 866-557-7377. and the social media keeps humming thanks to you @bpshow and on facebook at facebook/billpressshow, join us let us know what you think about
.4 trillion dollar debt limitment and they also pass a law that would dock lawmakers pay unless the democratically controlled senate pass as budget which it hasn't done in nearly four years. >> i think that was just a gimmick, giving barack obama a blank check for four months is just inane as far as i'm concerned. >> this is a huge day for the american people. >> john: it seems the only people that's pleased are the ones at the white house. >> the president will not delay in this billing becoming law. >> they're playing political pr. i think they want to stay in their jobs. >> john: january 29th, rozwell, georgia. >> what's the biggest challenge you've got right now. >> congressman price has breakfast with skeptical business leaders from thinks district. >> it's the same thing they've been doing, it's not working and it's taking us down the wrong road. >> john: what are you hearing from your constituents? >> they're scared to death. >> john: two days later, in a nearby congressional district congressman brown is meeting with constituents, too. >> and actually changing until we d today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. and make your business dream a reality. he's going to apply testosterone to his underarm. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. do not use if you have prostate or breast cancer. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count; ankle, feet, or body swelling; enlarged or painful breasts; problems breathing while sleeping; and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness
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to downtownthe suspect crashed, the victim was rescued and unharmed. law enforcement shot and killed the suspect while trying to arrest him. but >> pam: power knocked out to thousands this morning. into a crash in lafayette kron4's will tran has the latest. >> this 38 year-old man out of san francisco run 2:45 they've spotted the stolen pickup truck at his east belt, highway 24 entered the lafayette street exit. the police officer noticed that he was taking the corner too quickly. after a pursuit, the driver could not make that curve and the slammed into a power pole. it wiped out power at 1800 people. pg&e crews have spent all day for placing this power pole. but all the power should leave restored after piccinni's spend all day and replacing pg&e spend all day restoring that power pole. all the pg&e customers should now have their power restored. >> jacqueline: we will see the increase with clouds. temperatures will be in the 60s. by noon and cooler. from the bay area, some slight chance of sprinkles. but we will not see much chance of rainfall but cooler temperatures the satellite showing hig
. cbo recently predicted that tax revenue under current law will double in the next 10 years. from two point $4 trillion to $5 trillion in 10 short years. -- $2.4 trillion to $5 trillion in 10 short years. it is time for washington to -- >> good morning. i have freshman member from the state of montana. i have a different resume than most in congress. i'm not a lawyer. spent 28 years in the private sector. i have an engineering degree. i have been creating jobs and i understand how to balance a budget. i understand businesses and the family budget. you have to find ways to do more with less. i left the private sector because i saw a financial crisis that was coming. i wife and i have four children. i have two college graduates ready to go into the workforce. i represent 1,000,001 canada -- residence. montana they will have a balanced budget. i think we can take some of those ideas back to washington. we take ideas from hard-working moms back in montana. they know if they cannot spend more than they take in. we have a responsibility. we are responsible to the american people, our kids,
's insanity defense laws before their clients enters a plea. colorado law says the defendant who pleads not guilty by reason of insanity must cooperate with court appointed psychiatrists which james holmes' attorneys say could violate his rights not to incriminate himself. holmes is charged with multiple counts of first degree murder and attempted murder in the july shooting rampage. two women in poland being hailed as heros after driver fainted and dramatic rescue was all caught on camera. [screams] >> that is scary. 20 passengers on board screamed in panic as they watched the driver fall out of his seat. two women sprung into action and took control of the wheel. the bus swerved all over the wheel narrowly missing oncoming traffic. the women eventually regained control and stopped the bus. amazingly no one was hurt. the driver was taken to the hospital for tests. florida firefighters come to the rescue of a baby raccoon who got a can stuck on his head. the animal was dropped off outside the coral spring fire station with a note saying the racoon was in a dumpster got stuck in a can an
voted for and the president signed into law. americans don't care whose idea it was. they want to see both sides come together and come up with a solution even temporarily to avert sequestration. that could have been a temporary replacement package. perhaps the president could have met with congressional leaders. that meeting on friday that he had seemed more of a a getting together of leaders on the day a suspect -- sequestration. it was less than an hour. that could have been a couple of weeks ago but during these meetings, the question remains -- will they be able to negotiate? speaker john boehner has been asked about the issue of tax revenues and he said no and the president has said any long- term approach must be a combination of spending cuts and tax revenue. it was the republican position to close the loophole floated by ms. brown may -- flooded by mitt romney -- floated by mitt romney. the white house strategy is to turn their words against them. republicans want to close tax louvre -- locals but on not in -- loopholes but not in the context of sequestration. i think they c
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that you know there were 240 discrimenatory voting laws blocked by title 5. my father used to remind us that if you did something against the people for hundreds of years then you have to do something for them as well. we are not there yet. there is still a lot of racial hostility and animosity in our nation. and we need to get to a place where we can have political and social discourses not as hostile and racial. that is why we have the king center to teach people how to resolve conflicts so we don't go back to such a horrible period of time. >> yesterday kevin murphy app l apologized of the abuses. and passed his badge to congressman john lewis. what do gestures like this do for wounds of the past? >> you know, interestingly enough at the beginning of this year i called this a year of healing and reconciliation. i am so glad and also commend the police chief in montgomery for extending that apology to john lewis because i think it is healing. i think it appeals to other people who may be out there and have been afraid. hopefully it will bring them forward. it helps to begin to forge
. president clinton signed even more republican spending cuts into law. the team of clinton and gingrich in the 1990s did not kick the deficit can down the road, they kicked it out of the budget. they effectively eliminated the deficit, and had us on the way to actually building a budget surplus. a surplus that was going to be necessary to help financial future government spending, including two wars that no one knew were coming. that surplus was wiped out in the stroke of a pen when president bush signed his tax cuts into law. the tax cuts that have contributed mightily to our deficit and debts. tax cuts that were, of course, voted for by john boehner. joining me now are karen finney, former dnc communications director and ezra klein columnist for the washington post. both are msnbc analysts. it eliminates history that they lived themselves that some of them deserve credit for, which was what they actually did do in fighting deficits during the 1990s, that newt gingrich and president clinton both contributed a great deal to that effort. >> right, but that's not the strategy now. the str
a severe mental illness. i was able to go to law school and establish it for myself. in terms of having other views on the panel, it could leave -- lead to an increase in stigma. my other point is that the way that we're looking at mental health services from the perspective of inpatient hospitalization, they have been looking at community-based care. host: let's let the congressman reply. guest: some people in america believe in such things as the pure services -- pierre services. they work very well with alcohol and -- peer services. they were very hat -- very well with alcohol and drug abuse. severe violence, there is high risk. the other reason that we're not having someone with severe mental illness on a panel, that is not what this panel is about. this is about telling congress people what it is like for families. that is important. i want members of congress the year from parents. since we are talking about severe mental illness that relates to violence, i will not bring someone out of prison to talk about what they kill people. we are not going to do that. that is a dangerous si
. at this time. you know in 1994, there were only seven states with charter schools. school laws and sixty operational charter schools. today there are more than 5,000 charter schools in forty states. and d.c. the rapid growth of charter schools presents an opportunity to help reform our education system by presenting innovative practicing that can be incorporated in to traditional public school. this growth also presents risk and requires rigorous oversight. deputy secretary miller, one of the concerns iched -- identified in the inspector general's letter to the committee is how effectively -- pardon me, is overseeing an monitor charting school grant. there are numerous report of fraud. do you agree with the concern that there needs to be increased accountability for charter school funds once they reach the entity running the charter school? >> subsequently. yes. we believe that from a policy stand point, the growth in charter school and posh they offer for being able to develop innovative reform are good. we think oftentimes so you a proliferation in different oversight and authorization
as well. i also got a statement today from the federal law enforcement officers association. they called this dangerous, ill advised and called it foolishness for the tsa to be rolling back their regulations in this way. and you can bet these organizations are going to be pushing back very hard against tsa in the month to come to see if these restrictions can remain in place. >> yeah, i know as you talked to passengers there, at hartsfield, a lot of people buzzing about this. david mattingly, thank you. a heads up to all of you, we'll be tackling this with our hot topics panel later on in the hour. tweet me. will you feel safer or not next time you're on a plane after these rules go into effect at the end of april? let us know. now some of the hottest stories in a flash, rapid fire. roll it. >>> first up here, attorney general eric holder is not totally ruling out a case where a drone strike could target americans on u.s. soil. he made the comment in a letter to republican senator rand paul, raised the question during hearings involving cia chief nominee john brennan, holder says in a hy
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